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Where multi-racial individuals live
This thesis examines the unique residential geographies of those identifying as multiracial in metropolitan Atlanta according to the 2010 U.S. Census. Using a concept of segregation and diversity as overlapping in the ...
Defending the sacred hearth
This thesis argues that the religious rhetoric of white Georgians created an environment in which violence against African Americans was not just an option, but a sacred duty. In 1904, a mob in Statesboro, Georgia lynched ...
MARTA and the making of suburban conservatism
This thesis examines the debate surrounding the creation of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rail Transit Authority (MARTA) between 1960 and 1972. When it appeared on area ballots in November of 1968, MARTA was to be the crowning ...